By default, self-hosted Hyperion servers have their external / public-facing IP address reported to the Core management system by an external service.
There are instances where this automatically-reported IP address may not match the desired IP address that should be shown in the Core dashboard; as some examples:
- A self-hosted Hyperion server has multiple configured network interfaces, and the IP address from an internal interface is being reported to Core instead of the network interface intended for streaming traffic.
- An external router/firewall has multiple public IP addresses available, and the router/firewall is reporting one public address to the Core management system, instead of a separate public IP address that was set aside for use by the Hyperion server behind that router/firewall.
The following steps allow you to determine which interface on the Hyperion server is used to report the IP address shown in the Core Dashboard.
Step 1: Use your preferred command-line (nano, vi, etc.) or GUI-based text editor to modify the
/etc/proton.toml configuration file; for example, the following command uses the
vi editor with a user account that has
sudo vi /etc/proton.toml
Step 2: Add the following three lines to the top of the
proton.toml configuration file:
## Define interface name to obtain mac address and host from Interface = "" Ipv6 = false
Step 3: Insert the network interface name between the double quotes on the
Interface = line.
This interface name should utilize the IP address that should be reported to Core management system by the self-hosted Hyperion server.
In the below example, the internal network interface is defined by the Linux system as
em1, but it could be
eth0 as just a few examples.
## Define interface name to obtain mac address and host from Interface = "em1" Ipv6 = false
Step 4: Restart the Hyperion process
sudo systemctl restart sputnik.service sputnik-ui.service proton.service
The dashboard in the Core management system should update and show the new IP address associated with the self-hosted Hyperion server.
NOTE: You could also put the IP for your Self-hosted Hyperion manually, if needed:
Host = "18.104.22.168"
and reboot after.